About Waggon and Horses
About the restaurant
The Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton has been utterly transformed. Where once stood a pub, now stands a gastropub with real ambition. Out are the dingy corners of an unloved local boozer and in is the vibe of a very chic, modern country kitchen. The food is excellent, hearty, rustic and classic, and the bar is well stocked primarily with wines from Spain and France, but also with some standout bottles from New Zealand and South America.
The food at the Waggon and Horses offers a pleasant blend of classic pub favourites like bangers and mash pie of the day (made in-house) with some ambitious options like moules mariniere and a courgette, red pepper and leek wellington. The Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton is a family restaurant, and as such young diners are well catered for too, with mini versions of the main a la carte menu available, alongside some more familiar favourites like pizzas.
No gastropub worth its salt overlooks Sunday lunch, and the Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton is no exception. The team at the pub serves a dedicated Sunday menu with a selection of four roasts to agonise over. In the summer months, drinkers can take advantage of the garden and sip something cool as the sun sets. The Waggon and Horses pub serves food Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2:30pm and in the evenings between 6pm and 10pm. At the weekend, diners can join the restaurant on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton between 12pm and 10pm on Saturdays and 12pm and 9pm on Sundays.